Ken Cox


KEN COX and his son, NICK, run a few sheep on the smaller fields in the village. This year they had 40 ewes (Dorset Horns or Dorset Horn X).

It was a good lambing season, being fairly cold and dry; they averaged 15 lambs per ewe.

Ken and Nick also keep some laying hens for their own use and they always have a working dog: most people know the black Labrador, Bracken, and the Collies, Sky and Star.


Ewe with lambs,Chapel Field

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